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KosherKing Sep 2, 2008 08:54 AM

Does anyone know where in the NYC area I can purchase ready-made amba, the delicious sour-spicy, mango-based sauce (terrific with shwarma and grilled meats)?

Alternately, does someone have an easy-to-make recipe? TIA.

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    koshergourmetmart Sep 4, 2008 03:15 PM

    online http://www.israeliproducts.com/page/I...;

    olympic pita (bklyn) serves it., perhaps they will sell to you some in a container

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    1. re: koshergourmetmart
      wohc123 Sep 23, 2009 08:50 PM

      Main Glatt On Main Street carries Several Brands of Amba.
      Also Saw it in Grill Point being served .

      1. re: wohc123
        shoelace Sep 24, 2009 06:54 AM

        where on main street is main glatt

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          wohc123 Sep 30, 2009 07:22 PM

          69-38 Main Street (Right off Jewel Ave)
          Or Call 718-263-7009

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      meateater Sep 3, 2008 11:11 AM

      Kalustyans on lexington and 28th street has several with heckshers -plus supersol and koshermarketplace on upper west side.

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        shoelace Sep 3, 2008 09:44 PM

        I've never heard of kalustyans

        What kind of market is it?

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          koshergourmetmart Sep 4, 2008 03:12 PM

          it is a specialty market around 27th st and lexington (right near all the kosher indian restaurants). they also have jarred foods of all types, coffees, teas and numerous other items . Good prices. we shop there http://www.kalustyans.com/

          1. re: koshergourmetmart
            shoelace Sep 4, 2008 10:07 PM

            I'll be in the area tomorrow and will definitely check it out.

            Always on the lookout for new options!


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        shoelace Sep 2, 2008 08:59 PM

        amalya on main street used to have it, i havent bought it in a while so i cant guarantee that it does, but you can call them 7185751587, if you want to try a to z to make sure they have it before heading there, you can call them as well 7184686000

        both stores are pretty good about getting things for you if they dont happen to already carry them

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          KosherKing Sep 3, 2008 07:51 AM

          Thanks gmal1, queenscook and shoelace. But...is it sold only in Queens (LOL!)?

          Any Manhattanites know where to buy the stuff?

          1. re: KosherKing
            shoelace Sep 3, 2008 09:18 AM

            a to z would likely not be helpful with this, but amalya or one of her sons might be able to tell you where in manhattan you can look

        2. queenscook Sep 2, 2008 07:36 PM

          I can't give you a specific place, but I know it's widely available. I have some, but can't remember where I bought it. I imagine it would be sold at Brach's, Wasserman's, or SuperSol in Queens, which is likely where I got it. It could also have been at a store called Kissena Farms, which isn't specifically a kosher place, but has a lot of kosher products. And I would also assume the smaller makolet-type stores that cater to the Israeli crowd would also have some. I'm sorry this is not as specific as it might be, but I do know it is available.

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            gmal1 Sep 2, 2008 07:36 PM

            Just saw it yesterday in A to Z on Union Turnpike. I am sure the Israeli grocery stores on Main St carry it too.

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